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French bulldog puppy care guide

In case you want to buy a Frenchie puppy and you are not sure how to take care of it, this guide will definitely help you! Since these lovely gremlins are known for their wrinkles, short noses, and wide opened ears, they require special cleaning and cosmetics.


Clean Frenchie’s folds

French bulldogs have dozens of dark and moist folds on their heads that collect dirt, dust, and food leftovers. So, if they are not regularly cleaned, a Frenchie may easily develop an infection. As one of the best preventions, I suggest you clean your dog’s folds by using baby wet wipes or a wet towel. After you cleaned them, you can put inside of each fold cornstarch to absorb excess humidity and oil. Baby wet wipes are a better option than regular ones because they don’t contain alcohol.

Keep them cool

Since this gorgeous breed has shortened nostrils, they can’t inhale enough air to cool off. Therefore, you need to keep your little puppy in an air-conditioned room on temperatures higher than 24-25 C degrees. In case you noticed that your Frenchie started to pant, drool and feel weak, you need to immediately splash his fur with cold water. Hydration also plays an important role, so I recommend you to regularly check on your furry friend’s water bowl if he has clean and fresh water during a day. Note that heat stroke can turn out to be fatal for your little pooch.

Another great tool for cooling off your best four-legged buddy can be the following sprinkle. I bet he will definitely enjoy the feeling and effect this product provides.

Clean your Frenchie’s ears

Their wide-opened bat ears are something that set them out of the crowd from other dogs. However, since they are so opened, dirt, pieces of grass, and dust easy find their places in Frenchie’s ears. Therefore, it’s highly important to perform cleaning once a week by using special ear ointment. When you put a few drops of ear cleaner, the next step is to gently massage around the outer of the ear. After your Frenchie shook his head for a couple of times, you need to clean his ears with cotton balls. Since most pooches don’t like their ears to be cleaned, I advise you to first relax your pet by cuddling him, giving him some treats, and telling him praise words.

Regular bathing is ‘a must’

Unfortunately, most Frenchies have sensitive skin that is prone to allergies. That’s why you need to pay special attention when choosing the right cosmetics. Using shampoos for humans is not recommended since they have different pH balance. Baby shampoos are also not a good solution for Frenchies. The following Bathing Salt that is made of sea salt and natural fragrances of milk, bamboo, and grape. It doesn’t sting the eyes and their sensitive skin and keep their skin soft and hydrated.

Tail pocket cleaning

Frenchies have something that is called a tail pocket. Frenchies’ short tails make them prone to collect dirt and feces that can cause a serious tail pocket infection. In order to escape this issue, I recommend all Frenchie owners to clean their dogs’ tail every time after they went to potty. You can do that by using a wet cloth or baby wet wipes.

Regular grooming of a Frenchie

Luckily, this gorgeous batpigs don’t shed much, however, they do need regular grooming. The best way is to use a grooming glove because in that way you’ll be able to reach all the hard-to-reach body parts. The following glove can be washed after every use, and here you can also check on some of the best grooming brushes for Frenchies.

Choose a harness for your French bulldog

Dog harnesses present a much better solution for Frenchie puppies. They almost cover the dog’s whole body and provide them with better support. Since puppies don’t know to walk obediently on the leash and can get neck injuries from pulling, harnesses make them more comfortable to walk properly.

The following French bulldog harness is made of soft material that will not cause any skin irritations in your pooch.

Regular nail trimming

Do not forget to regularly trim your French bulldog’s nails otherwise he may experience serious issues. Besides developing a nail infection, your pooch might experience terrible pains while walking. Check on the following French bulldog nail trimmers that will not cause any uncomfortable problems